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Five thousand dollars In told "HI Pld
by the Omaha Auditorium Company to tbe
person who comei nearest to filling out cor
rectly the blank line opposite the figures
New York Vote.
1, J 59,190
Over TOO smaller rssh prizes and arorea
f merchandise prizes, ranging In value up
to 3,500 will be paid (or the next closest
The Omaha Auditorium Co.,
Ground Floor New York Ufa Building,
WANTED Young lady desires a position
as typewriter, and can assist on books;
has held one position seven years, but
desires a change. Best of reference given.
Addresa, M 12. Bee. A-634 12
REFINED, middle-aged lady wishes poM
tlon as housekeeper. Address M 13, Bee.
WANTED MALE HELP.
WANTED, canvasser; man familiar with
book and t-twspaper work preferred; must
b hustler. Apply Room 107, Bee bidg,
' 1J 21ft)
uiTa.TT.TNri .leoutlaa wanted: men or
i women; splendid contract. Tha Garden-
ers. tu km ttiog. i
WANTED, tlrst-clasa Brltannlca and War
ner library salesmen lot Iowa, Kansas.
Nebraska, Montana. North and South
Dakota, we pay traveling expenses and
i monthly advance. You cad on Inqulrlea
eniy. Permanent and exc.uslve territory
system. Addresa American Newspaper
Assolatlon, suiia 622, N. Lite tilcig.,
Omaha. Neb. B 293 Ols
WANTED, young man stenographer; glva
references, age and expectad salary. Ad
dress K 3o, Boe. B M33
WANTED, traveling man who Visits the
large and small towns, to sell retallera a
atlect assortment of dry goods for spring,
on commission. Bryn Mawr Mills, Phila
delphia, fa, B 161
WANTED, men to aort Iron. Alplrn, 801
WANTED, a hosiery and underwear sales
man for statea of Nebraska and Iowa.
Box m. Marlon, lnd. B-MboO
WANTED for XJ. 8. Army, able-bodlod un
married men between agea of SI and Ho,
eltlsena of United States, of good char
acter and temperate habits, who can
speak, read and write English. For Infor
mation apply to Recruiting Officers, ltfth
and Dodge 8s., Omaha, and postottlce
building, Lincoln, Neb. B D-31
FIFTY man wanted for general farm Work,
Standard Cattle company, Amea, Neb.
i N-233 NU
WANTED, first-class horseshoers at once.
Write Ueo. Nyers, JU2 So. First Bt . Cedar
Rapids, la. B 157
GOOD messengers wanted; high salaries'.
A. D. T. Co., 212 8. 13th St. B Mist
WANTED Experienced cigar salesman
with establisned trade, trom factory to
retailer In Nebraska and Iowa. Address,
giving full antecedents, J. J. Tracy, 2U2
bourn l.tn atraet, Philadelphia, fa.
B M4K3 lu
The Hawks Nursery Company,
B MJ78 Nov. i
WANTED, stenographer and cashier; give
penmanship and references. Address L
a. Bee. B 483
jWANTED S good, stout, husky carpenters
to work on construction of Bruin elevators
v In Boyd county. Neb.; wage 17H to 27V4
cents per nour, according to ability;
transportation furnished trom Omaha.
Address Tranamiaalsstppl Grain Co., Bee
mag., omana, nto. u-umi u
WANTED, an all around butcher anil aau.
age maker; $40 a month and board to the
right man. Phone or addresa George
VtSSl, OI. Mill, IMtD. u Mwa 14
waisieu, competent stenographer; man
laminar witn snipping business preferred,
Address L 67, Bee. ( B M463
(TAILORS wanted: two coat makere, one
I pants maker and one vest maker. Pay
nign prices, eieaay worn. j. it. Hpotts
v Hastings, Neb. B 470-13
7I AND EXPENSES (either sex) travel.
Ing; no canvassing; $40 at home; call
afternoon 1 to . kl, Drexel hotel.
WANTED Reliable person each district,
to manage bualneea for old house; aalary
lis weekly; expenses advanced; nerma
nent position; encloae self-addressed en-
, veiope. Manager, il2 Caxton bidg . Chi
cago. B M479 12
WANTED Fxperlenced coachman, with
references, m rsorin istn 81.
B M477 12
WANTED, a first-class carpet cutter and
layer; nrst-class wsses and steady ein
nloymentto the right man. Frank Pryor,
rwora, voio. t)-Hl 13
WANTED, experienced dry goons sales
man acquainted wnn northern Iowa ter
ritory. Address m 2. Bee. n M476 l:
WANTKD. by big concern In this city, Al
iiniwriKiii ht pwiMi ciuta oi wora. Ad'
oresa ws. wee. u M475 12
WANTED, 26 wagon teama, 14 50 per day;
concrete men, U per day; bu laborers, $1.75
per oay: i teamsters. vo per month an
rd. E. A. Wlcknara & Co., 1 Scott st
- Council Bluffs.
B MIX) 13
DETECTIVES wanted, reliable parties, all
localities, experience unnecessary, erlf
addressed envelope for particulars. North
Amerioaa Detective Bureau, Chicago, 111.
PLAIN writers; home employment, copy
ing small blanks; rate, t& per 1 10; two
. stsmus for particulars. Occidental Com
mercial Agency .Dept. $7. Chicago.
U 66 12
WANTED Man to work on farm, an ex
perienced Block feeder; none but good.
Willing workers. Apply at farm. miles
east and I mile south of Ouawa. Iowa.
L. A. Duff. B 6r9 14
WANTKD, young man, 18 years old, good
penman, induMtrloiM, wtllinj lo wock;
must be able to take trial balance. Ad
draaa In tavn handwriting, stating n,
experience and salary wauled, M 17. He.
B 70S 12'
WANTED, physician to g.i on road aa a
specialist In rupture; must be able to
register In Nebraska and loaa and fur
nish good references. Apply in wi inn. or
write Kmplre Rupture Co., SK2 N. Y. I Its
bldg . Omaha. B-Wll'
WANTED, twe electric linemen, one ss
nlpe calker, one yarner. Apply at Cltle.ys'
Gas and Elect rlo IJght Co.. Council
bluffs. -M704 If
WANTED II.K HK1.P.
About Gregg Shorthand
In last Sunday's Bee there appeared a letter which Messrs. Rohrhough Bros.
allege they had sent lo Mr. Uregg, but which was never rerelved by him.
We ere slnrerelv grateful In the writer of ihe letter for reminding us that we
sre ' ompromlslng our dignity" by flahllng such people with their own weapons,
hut when a men Is righteously Indignant over outrageous trestment he Is not
spt to stand on dignity In expressing his setlmenls. No one, for Instsnce, condemns
President Roosevelt for his vigorous Words to tne motnrmen. Ho we reel over at
tempts to use our name In connection with obvious Imitations of what Is the
crtatlnn of our brain.
But Messrs. Rohrbotiah Bros, msy rest assured thst the law courts will soon
adjudicate this whole question. Our purpose In sdvertlslng in the Omsha pspers wss
to prevent Moeher Shorthand being foisted on Intending students ss "Improved
Gregg Phorthsnd" until such time as the evidence for the courts was prepared in
proper form, inai time is last approacning.
Messrs. Rohrbnugh Bros, have accepted some of our challenges and declined
others. The only challenge we withdrew Is No. 1 and that because It would tske so
long to arrange preliminaries thst It Is possible Mr. Moeher might attain ion words
a minute In some system by the time the test wss held. That particular challenge
has little bearing on the question or tne merits of Mosher Shorthand, In any event.
As to the other chsllenges. we will alve Messrs. Rohrbouah Bros, the orlvlleae
of first suggesting the personnel of the committees, promising not to take undue
exception to the persons nsmed by them. Messrs. Rohrhough Brna. are acquainted
with the names of the eminent tenchers of Gregg Shorthsnd and they will, there
fore, have little difficulty In making up a list of twelve teachers of national
prominence who are well qualified to decide whether or not the no-called Mosher
system Is an improvement.
The rnmmltte?s to decide the other questions msy be suggested by them and.
ss previously stated, we will not tsk undue
deed, we will do all we can to facilitate matters. When the committees have been
agreed upon we will deposit the money In
WHERE WE WILL DEBATE
Th valiant challenge to "debate" this
reminding us of "compromising our dignity." Mr. Gregg Is too busv attending to
the multitudlnojs details of sn enormous and ever-growing publishing and school
business to "debate" with "Professor" Mosher. Next week Mr. Gregg goes to
Canada to conduct a Gregg Shorthand Teachers' Institute under the auspices of the
great Federated Business Colleges of ('anuria nil the schools controlled bv the
Federated Colleges having recently adopted Gregg Shorthand. When he returns
from thla Institute he exptcts to make a visit to Omaha for the purpose of "debal
Ing" thla question before the courts.
interesting printed matter win ne sent to anyone on application. In particu
lar, we should be glad to hear from all the writers of Gregg Shorthand who read
THE GREGG PUBLISHING
WANTED, everywhere, hustlers to tack
signs, distribute circulars, samples, etc.;
ho canvassing; godo pay. Sun Advertis
ing Bureau, Chicago. B 67212
WANTKD, local branch ooffle manager; i5
and com. Bend stamp, uoarrey .o., nt.
Louis. Mo. B-667 12'
$22 WEEKLY and all expenses for men
with rigs to Introduce Poultry Compound; i
strslght salary. Imperial Mfg. Co.. Dept.
M. Parsons, Kan. B-21 12
YOI'NG men everywhere, copy letters,
home evenings. $7 week; send addressed f
envelope for particulars. Filbert, Dept.
31. Box 1411. Philadelphia, ra.
B 623 12
SALESMAN wanted who sella tha country
trade to take a good side line or dry
goods on commission for spring trsde.
The Purnell Dale Mills, Box m, Phlla
delphla. Pa. B 673 12
WANTED, salesmen In all unoccupied ter
ritory; $ho per month easy, or better still
on commission. If preferred. Spauldlng
Nursery and Orchard Co., Spauldlng, 111.
SALESMEN for our cltv trade; payment
$18 Oi) weekly and over that liberal commis
sion. R. C. Co., 4 Bartlett St., Brooklyn,
N. Y. B-692 12
WANTED, young men and women to write
ror our rree oooKiet. -Are Your Manoa
Tied?" It tells how we have helped thou
sands to support themselves while wo
qualified them for high salaried positions
In engineering or architecture. Write the
International Correspondence Schoola, Box
lflfiS. Scranton, Pa., or call day or evening
at the Omaha office, (37 Paxton block.
B 690 12
SALESMEN, traveling, reaching retailers
snl eoiintry Bfeea, sen our ewn maitra
of dry goods, for spring, on commission.
F. C Follmann & Co., Munfrs. Philadel
phia, Pa. B 688 12
YOUNG man. travel; $60 month and ex
penses: experience unnecessary, enclose
self-addressed envelope. Manager Per
kins, Manhattan Bldg., Chicago.
DETKCTIVE8 Every locality; good aalary:
experience unnecessary. international
Detective Agency, Milwaukee, Wis.
WANTED, men to work in beet and potato
fields; also men witn famines; boys over
get men's wages. Standard Cattle Co.,
Ames, Neb. B Mt16 19
WANTED, men everywhere; good pay; to
distribute circulars, aov. matter, taca
signs, etc.; no canvassing. National Adv.
Bureau, Chicago. B 614 12
$12 WEEKLY, either sex, copying letters
at home; send stamp tor particulars.
King Mfg. Co., 248 Warren Ave., Chicago.
, B-10 12'
CIVIL service government positions; about
lo.vuu appointments made laat year; only
common achool education required for ex
amination; salaries large, work eaay;
cataloguea of Information free. Colum
bian Correspondence College, Washing
ton. D. C. B
$76.00 PER MONTH and traveling expenaea
paid salesmen on baaing powder and ex
tracts; experience unnecessary. Purity
Co., Chicago. B
POSTOFFICE clerks and carrlera ap
pointed by the thousands every year. Ex
amlnatlona soon In all big cities. Only a
few days left to make application. Full
particulars free of 151 Nat l Cor. Inat.,
Washington, D. C. B
THOUSANDS are successful gaining better
salaries and poaitiona studying electricity,
mechanical engineering, steam engineer
ing, at home by correspondence. Thomas
A. Edison endorses Institute. Book, "Can
I Become an Electrical Engineer?" mailed
free. Electrical Engineer Institute, New
$20.00 PER 1,000 for letters copied with pen
and Ink or typewritten and returned to us.
Enclose stamp. Instructions, etc. Ad
dress X-Ray Co., Toledo. Ohio.
CIRCULARS and sample distributors every
where: good pay. Co-Operative Adv. Co.,
New York. B 601 12
BEST proposition ever offered men to leant
barber trade. More experience In one
month than shops In one year. Catalogue
mailed free. Moler Barber College, 13U2
Doug'.aa St. B M6u3 17
A. YOl'NO MAN To travel and advertise;
experience unnecessary; salary, $.iU month
and expenses. Klnkald It Co.. Cleveland,
Ohio. B-633 12
AD WRITINO, Illustrating, proofreading.
Journalism, bookkeeping, stenography,
practical electricity, taught by mall free:
pay no tuition until we secure permanent
employment: graduates guaranteed posi
tions; write for free tuition contract, men
tioning subject you wish to stJdy. Corre
spondence Institute of America. Box 230,
Scranton. Pa. B 596 12
SALESMAN wanted to represent us; one
accustomed to selling office supplies pre
ferred: rtKht man can make big money.
Addresa Harper A Co., Camden, N. J.
WANTED Immediately, a thoroughly com
petent bookkeeper for Jobbing and manu
facturing house. Must have experience
and bring good referencea. State aalary
expected. Address, M 11. Bee,
WANTED at once, bright young man aa
shoe salesman ror ladies and cniidrens
shoe department; must be a good shoe
titter. Eddy Bros., Fremont, Neb.
I EARN proofreading; situations secured;
$15 to $25 weekly. Home Correspondence
School. Philadelphia. B
MEN wanted who wear trusses: a great
chance. Trusa free; no time lost from
present work. Alex Bpelrs, Box M4,
Westbrook. Maine. B
WANTED, a few pupils to learn book
keeping free and pay for tuition from
their earninga after we place them In
positions; you can learn at your awn
home In a few weeks Without loss of time
or money; we guarantee It; we teach you
free and get you a position. Write for
full Information and our free book. "How
to Succeed In Business." It tells you
how you can better your position and
make more money. Commercial Corre
spondence Schoola, Drawer O, Rochester.
N. Y. B-
COLOKED man to travel In Nebraska; $j0
monthly and all expenses to start; per
manent position If satlsfsctory. Self
addressed envelope for reply. Address,
Manufacturer. 7u2-tb Dearborn St , Chi
cago. B 662 12
TRUSTWORTHY man to represent manu
facturer In part of Nebraska; $18 per week
and expenses; Kalary paid each week; ex
pense money advanced. Smith. Mgr.,
iMraruvru, Chicago. U-iti IS
THE OMAHA DAILY llEKt SUNDAY OCTOBEH,' 12, 1002.
exception to the persons named; In
an Omaha bank, pending the decisions.
question Is ridiculous, especially after
Nature Abhors a
The Omaha Auditorium Company will
nnv n..-r , j ,in in
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cash and morchanillKft to Hip lir-rsnna
coming Drareat to oorroitly filling out
uie uiang line t?iow.
New York Vote.
WANTED, cornice makers and tinners. J.
P. Grlssel Cornice Co., cedar Kapios, ta
B M627 18
SALESMEN, exclusive territory; salary or
commission; satisfaction guaranteed. Ap
ply for terma to "B, Western jsursery
Co.. La-wrence, Kan. 144 017
EVERYWHERE, to sell Lambeit Tyie
writers. Monroe & Co., Ml N. 16th St.,
TRAVELING salesman wanted by estab
Ished house; no technical knowledge
necessary, but simply all around hustler
of good appearance and addresa; first
class line; liberal contract: entire time re
quired; referencea. Box 29, Detroit. Mich.
WANTED at once, experienced traveling
salesman for Nebraska ; we want a sales
man, no novice need apply. Box 614, Chi.
cago. 616 12
WANTED, live salesmen; can make H.OtO
before Christmas; iulck action necessary
P. Swan, P. O. Box 628, Chicago.
WANTED, salesmen for Tamrak ualnts
permanent position and Income to capable
men; give reference ana state experience.
Tamrak faint company, cieveiana, j.
WHIP MEN, selling harness makers, take
our oak leather side line; pocaet samples
big commission; cash; send route 10 days
aneaa. inaa. Baldwin, nr., niaua, w.
IF YOU can aell Bitters on commission we
can make It worth your while. 2568
Cuming St. 632 U
CAPABLE salesman to cover New York
with staple line; high commission with
advance of $HO monthly: permanent po
aitlon to right man. Jess 11. Smith Co.,
Detroit, Mich. W7 11"
WANTED, saddlery hardware salesman to
travel In Nebraska. Wyoming, Montana
and the Black Hills; must have estab
lished trade and best of references, y. R.
Jj. Hardenbergh & Company, St. Paul,
Minn. osa iz
SALESMAN wanted, twoexnerlenced trav.
ellng grocery salesmen ; $126 per month
and expenses; well known house; refer
ences. Personal Interview If satisfactory.
M 7. Bee. , -S48 12'
WANTED, saleamen covering Nebraska,
Minnesota and the Dakotas to carry
manufacturers line as aide line. For
further Information address M 8, Bee.
WANTED Energetic salesman; school, sup
plies; country work; $100 eaiary and com
mission. K. U. tvans at Co., Chicago, ul
SALE8MEN to aell perfumes, toilet aoaps,
etc., to dealers; litv monthly and ex-
nees. Piumer Perfumery A Mfg. Co.,
I.ouls, Mo. 682 12
CAN VAP8ER8 260 per cent profit; rimpie
household Invention. Write at once. F.
O. Kimman, 641 Catharine St., Syracuse,
N. Y. -57 12
WANTED, salesmen; pvt monthly and ex
penses; permanent. Perry Nursery Co.,
Rochester. N. Y.
WANTED, experienced salesman, one fa
miliar with the hat, eap. glove and mitten
trade In the atate of Nebraska and who
controls some trade. Address M 14. Bee.
WANTED, saleamen by manufacturer of
grocera' specialties; give experience fully;
good salary to hard workers. Addresa
Box 617. Chicago, ill.
WANTED An energetic solicitor In esch
locality to represent us and aell first-class
securities and stocks Tumbach Invest
ment Co., Fullerton Bldg., St. Louis, Mo.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
100 Girls. Call Canadian office, 15th & Dodge.
WANTED, good wages to a good cook;
none other need apply. 2324 liarney.
GIRL for general housework. 260.1 Pierce
WANTED, working housekeeper In family
OK mreo iuuiii. Auurese J if. uee.
WANTED, a good fclrl for general hojse
work; no mashing; $3.50 per week. 1614
Kortn Htn tu. c eul
WANTED, a lady over 37. brlaht and am
bltloua; splendid chance for promotion;
wnn reierruccB. Auuress L- DD, ree.
C M461 II
a cook. Mra.
A. L. Reed. 3620
WANTED, girl with good experience and
references for general housework; small
family. Mra. Charles C. Roaewater. 123
M. slat ave. C M441
ANTED Girl for general housework. B014
no. istn. c M4K& 12
WANTED, experienced sewing glrla. Park
Ave. and Ieavenworth, over llowells drug
store; siso nesi apprentice girl.
C 487 12
COMPETENT girl for general housework;
-.sr., it,, weening, asrs. n. b. riau,
5tl Farnam t3U C-471-li
WASTED FH MALE HUT,
Only thos( baring pxprlfnc In sell
ing dry goods npod apply.
J, L. Brandeis & Sons,
WANTED Olrl for second work.
J. Kogeis. 1120 Park Ave.
LADIES to work dollies and centerpieces
at home; all materials furnished; highest
prices paid: no canvassing. Ely M'g. Co.,
Ely Bldg.. Chicago. C 618 12
LADIES to do piece work at their homes;
we furnish all materials and pay from $7
to $11 weekly; send stamped envelope to
Royal Co., 34 Monroe St.. Chicago.
$2000 PER THOUSAND for letters copied
witn pen ana ins or typewritten and re
turning lo u; Inclose stamp for Instruc
tions, etc. Address X-Ray Co., Toledo,
Ohio. C 518 12
MEN and women to copy letters at home;
highest prices paid: money advanced
weekly: send addressed envelope for copy
snd Instructions, standard Pen Co., 218
Fulton street. New York. C 603 12'
LADY agents to canvass In Omaha and
vicinity; can make good wages. Call on
G. Q. Adams at Midland Hotel between
4 and 8 p. m. C 648 13
WANTED Women to solicit subscriptions
to a popular woman's magaslne. Liberal
commission. Cash prises. Address, The
Boston Cooking School Magaslne, Boston,
Mas. C 526 12'
WANTED Ladles to lesrn halrdresslng.
manicuring, facial massage: four weeks
completes. Positions furnished. Call or
write. Moler College, 1302 Douglas St.
LADIES, copy letters at home; $20 per
1,000. Send stamped envelope for applica
tion. 1-eslle Novelty Co., Dept. 32. Chi
cago. C 666 12
WANTED, women of good appearance to
make, sell and appoint agents for the
Violet Shampoo. Over 100 per cent profit.
Box 608, Fremont, Neb. C 640 12
LEARN proofreading; situations secured;
$16 to $25 weekly. Home Correspondence
School, Philadelphia. C
WANTED, girl for general housework at
1911 Chicago St. C M626 15
CLOAK 8ALE8LADIES WANTED-Tn big
department at Dea Moines, la.; people
who are first-class and experienced In the
cloak and f ir department can secure good
position, with assured future. Apply im
mediately by addressing L 61, Bee.
YOUNG ladles, writing at home evenings,
$7 per week: particulars free to all. Send
addressed envelope. Filbert, Dept. Ml,
Box 1411, Philadelphia, Pa. C-624 12
LADIES wanted everywhere, writing, copy
ing home evenings, steady work, no mail
ing or canvassing, good pay. For par
ticulars send addressed envelope: Mana
ger Dept. 381, Box 1.162, Philadelphia. Pa.
C 61 12
WANTED, ladles with sewing machines to
work at home; materials furnished; any
dlsnance; good pay; stamp for particulars.
New York Belt Co., 2270 Broadway, New
York. C-fol 12
LADIES wanted to work on sofa pillows.
Materials furnished. Steady work guar
anteed; expertenee unnecessary. Bend
tamped envelope to Miss McGee, Needle
work Dept., Ideal Co., Chicago.
WANTED Girl for general housework In
small family; wages, $5. Apply 1248 Park
Wilde Ave. C 696 12
LADIES' tailor wanted. 206 Ramge,
APPRENTICE girl wanted. 206 Ramge.
C tv8 12
WANTED, good experienced girl for gen
eral housework In family of two. 2116
Blnney st. O 679 12' .
YOUNG woman to call upon ladies at their
homea and obtain indorsing signatures
for our new reading course; $20 weekly
paid. Addresa confidentially, M 19, Bee.
C 708 12
$30.00 PER 1,000 copying letters at home; no
canvassing: send addressed envelope for
copy. Eureka Remedy Co., Bta. D.. Chi
cago. 619 12
$12 WEEKLY doing writing at home, either
sex; two stampa for full particulars. Gable
Supply Co., Real Estate Board Bldg., Chi
cago. fiii9 12
FOH RENT FURNISHED ROOMS.
DEWEY European hotol. 13th and Farnam.
$1 PER WEEK-422 8. 18th St.. one block
so j in or court nouse. U24
AETNA HOUSE, European, 13th and Dodge.
TWO nice, cool, furnished or unfurnished
rooms. 604 Davenport, e vti
ROYAL HOTEL, European, 16th tt Chicago.
NICELY furnlahed rooms, single or en-
suite; rates reasonable. Midland Hotel,
16th and Chicago. E 828
HANDSOME steam-heated room. 1909 Cap-
lilt, ATV. . . W
FOR RENT, to gentleman, large well fur
nished rront room, witn alcove, ateam
beat, gas, bain telephone, central,
reasonable. 1623 Douglas. E 319
PLEASANT front room, steam beat1; gen
tlemen preferred. 216 XM. litn street.
220 N. 17th St., neat steam-heated room.
WELL furnished steam heated rooms.
single or ensulte, with or witnout board.
Midland hotel, 16th and Chicago sts.
ROOMS for light housekeeper. 2566 Dougjas.
r. nitM ISO-
TWO adjoining rooms, $7 a month. 62S 8.
zjai ave. . mw o
STEAM-HEATED rooms, $10 per month.
Barker Hotel, 13th and Jones Sts.
NICE east front room in private family,
$10 per mo. 320 N. 17th St. K-4H6 13
$ ROOMS, single or ensulte, for gentlemen.
2418 Dodge bt. r- ! "
NICELY furnished front room, modern,
detached house, steam heat, close In. 2215
Farnam St. E-639 12
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished south
rooms; breakfast If desired; Farnam car
line; gentlemen. 2531 South Ninth street.
FURNISHED rooms for rent: modern con
venience and telephone. 1318 8. 1s St.
E 6s6 If
FOUR modern rooms. 624 8. 26th Ave.
NICELY furnished front room, furnace
heat and bath; breakfasts If aesHred. In
quire at 211 8. I5th ave. E-667 II
ELEOANTLY furnished room in new
modern home; steam heat; references.
1S16 Webster. E 66 12
SHORTHAND AND Tt PEWRITINO.
GREUO H. H.. Touch T. W.. Bus. Branche.
Teleg. Cat. Free. On. ColL, 17ta as Doug.
A. C. VAN BANT S school. 717 N. "'.Llf.
BOYI.E8 college court reporter principal,
N. Y. Ufa. -
NFB. Business Shorthand College, Boyd
FIRftlSHED ROOMS AND BOARD.
rlnter home. Tel. S5.
FURNISHED rooms, with or without
board; rates reasonable. Midland Hotel,
lath and Chicago. F .!
THREE rooms, CI 8. 19th St.; furnsca.
F 634 24
BOARD and room In private family for the
winter; $40 per month; nr desirable fur
nished room, not over $12. Address M 4,
Bee. F 505 12
FURNISHED rooms with flrst-clsss board;
boarding $3 pr week. 611 north 1Mb St.
K 4X15 12
WANTED, two boarders and roomers In
private family; modern house, well lo
cated. Address M H. Bee. F M7tC 13
FOR RENT SI ORES AND OFFICES.
FOR RENT Store, In first-class location;
rent reasonable. Apply R. c Peters as
Co., gound floor. Bee Bldg. 1266
FOR RENT The building formerly occu
pied by The Bee at 918 Farnam 8t. It
has four stories and a basement which
was formerly used aa The Bee press room.
This will be rented very reasonably, if
Interested apply at once to C. C. Rose
water, secretary, room 100, Bee building.
HARNEY ST. BUILDING FOR RENT.
THE NASH BUILDING, opposite Bennett's
store, on Harney St., 6 stories and base
ment, 81x132 feet, containing over &0,mi0
square feet of floor space. See us for
The 4-story and basement brick building,
Nos. 1414 and 1414Vs Harney street, $260.u0
GEORGE A CO., 1601 Farnam Street.
I 283 II
REAR of 1510 Harney St., room suitable
for storsge or workshop, $10 per month.
1510 Harney. I M460 12
BICYCLES Now Is the time to buy a
bicycle cheap from Fletcher, 122 Capitol
ave. I 686 18
HAM.S FOR RENT.
CREIOHTON hall and Schllta Roof garden
for balls, banquets, card parties, smokers,
meetings, conventions, etc. Roth halls
are the largest In the city, have large
dressing rooms and boxes for cloaks, hata
and coats will rent reasonable. Apply
to Wm. R. Morand, Manager Crelghton
hall. 'Phone 1022. 1430 N7
WANTED Canvassing agents In every
county to solicit subscriptions to THE
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER.
Steady employment, with assured good In
come. Agents In the country with horse
and buggy especially desired. Canvassers
make easily $60 to $100 per month. Ad
dress, Century Farmer Solicitors' Bureau,
tee building, Omaha. 213
WANTED Agents In every locality to sell
contracts for the purchase of homes or
the sstlsfactlon of mortgages, the money
for such purpose being advanced without
Interest with the right to repay same in
small Installments. Everybody wants
money, especially If It can be had without
Interest, and If It can be used to buy prop
erty without other security. We make It
possible to buy a home at an outlay less
than rent. Our contracts sell themselves;
agents make big money; we pay them
well. Write for particulars at once, as
territory ta being rapidly allotted. Ad
dress Provident Home Co-Operatlve Com
pany of Pennsylvania, Odd Fellow Tem
ple, Philadelphia, Pa. , J-M187 13
$4.00 DAY to man with rig to represent us
In country; send stamp. Peerless Co.,
Kansas City, Mo. J '608 12
BIG money made In mall order business.
Our plan for starting beginners . Is re
markably successful. Write for It. Send
stamp. Chilli al Supply Co., Kansas city.
AGENTS, men or women, to sell our patent
gas burner;. 200 per cent profit; gives
more light, consume less gas and lasts
forever; sample and price list, 10c. Paul
A. Zelner, 991 Columbus Ave., new York
City. J 633 12
AGENT8 Sample free; portable, adjustable
heater; flta any kerosene lamp. Heater,
cooker and lighter combined; odorless and
smokeless; sells fast. Trade Specialty
Co., 87 Nassau St., New Yorg.
OUTFIT free, credit given, cut price Xmas
books, 50c book. 12c; $1 book, 25c; $1.50
book, 60c. Ferguson, 4278 Fifth street,
Cincinnati. J-639 13
WE START you selling diamonds. 80 differ
ent styles: don't accept any work until
getting catalogue: liberal offer. Carbon
Diamond Co., Syracuse, N. Y. J 638 12
AGENTS Reliable general aents to sell
the Rhea Skirt Supporter. Sells on sight;
100 per cent profit. Sample free. Ad
dress, J. H. Buhr, Rochester, N. Y.
AGENTS, don't work for others; learn a
firofesslon in ten daya that will pay $10
o $26 per day. Prof. B. A. Weltmcr, Ne
vada, MO. J
WANTED, men and women to make good
wages In spare time at home; no can
vassing. The work is elevating and can
be done r-y any person. Elkhurst Art In
stitute, Tyrone, Pa. J
AGENTS to cell Royal Pepsin Bitters; big
commissions; easy seller; samples free to
responsible parties. L. & A. Scharff, St.
AGENTS, automatic washers, sell them
selves; one agent writes, "Exhibited
sample to ten women; took (en orders;"
time required, 45 minutes; profit, over $50;
Guaranteed to do washing In 30 minutes;
urnlshe It own power; require
neither labor nor attention; coata leea
than any other machine; free sample and
exclusive territory furnished; $50 week
guaranteed; thousands of testimonials.
Automatic Washer Co., Station U,
MANUFACTURERS desire agenta in every
county for new preparation In big de
mand by farmers and truck growers;
profitable employment; yearly contract;
excluaive right. The Protecto Company,
Monmouth, 111. J-654 12 .
WANTED, manager In every city, county,
to handle best-paying business known;
legitimate; new: exclusive control. Phoe
nix Co., 15 W. 28th St., New York.
WANT first -class stove salesman for Ne
braska; man of experience and record;
must be a thoroughly good man: for one
of the largest and oldest houses In the
country. Address Director. 6635 Monroe
avenje. Chicago. J 675 12
$25 A WEEK easily made by hustling men
and women selling our Dr. Rudolph's Sur-
f eon's Soap; a 25c medicated toilet aoap
or 10c; free samples furnished agents to
distribute; branch managers wanted who
can employ aubagenta. Bradford A Co.,
B. 97, Cincinnati. J-545 12
AGENTS, household speclslty. newly pat
ented, retails fifty cents, sample free, ex
clusive territory. William Klsby, 49 Caas
St., Milwaukee, Wis. J-59 12
HAVE the most practical and uaef.il office
novelty ever Invented. It pays agenta to
handle, aa It la very esslly sold. Anti
Lick Co., Danbury, Conn. J 646 12
AGENTS can make $2,000 to $4,000 the next
three months handling a newly patented
article; absolute necessity in every house
h-ld snd business; demand enormous: ex
perlence not necessary; exclusive territory
flven. Household Novelty Co. (Manu
Bcturers), 66 West 85th St., New York
City. - J 6(1 12'
STOP RUNAWAYS Pocket hitching posts
hitch horses solid Instantly: carry In
nocket: sight seller: agents wanted
Pocket Hitching Post Co., Richmond,
Indiana. J 66912'
ACTIVE person to work at home; t paid
for 12 days irisi; permanent ir sails
factery. Address, Munager Kngwall
lakeside Bldg.. Chicago. J 567 12
$85 PER month and all traveling expenses
to take orders will be paid by the largest
Incorporated portrait house In the world.
Your salary will be guaranteed, both by
the torrxiratlon and ny a bang denoalt.
Addresa Immediately, R. B. Curry. Dept.
276. Chicago. 111.
AGENTS wanted; $30 to $50 weekly esslly
made. We prove thla. Luminous name-
plates, numbers, signs, readable darkest
nights. 8amtiles free. Right Mupnly Co.,
J Sou :
AT IAST Gaslight burner, makes any
lamp a gas lamp: costs 1 cent a dsy; no
oil, cnnnneys, wicks; aiampea envelope
. t. 1 .S- E...I
tor email eemjpic cbvicmi -jas v-u., r ui
ton bldg., N. T. J-
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTKD By elderly widow, three or four
unfurnished rooms ror housekeeping; cm.
trally located. Address,, M i. nee.
. K 524-14'
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Fill in the blank line. Doing
so may win you a fortune,
DR. ROY, chiropodist; corns and superflu
ous hail removed by electricity. R. 12,
Frenser block. U-681
PRIVATE hospital before and during con
finement, baoiej boarded and adopted.
Mrs. Uardcls, X.J4 Lake. Tel. red 1XM.
VIAVI. Woman's way to health. Home
treatment. Booklet tree. 446 Wee Bio-.,
Oniaha. U 94i
PRIVATE hospital before and during con
finement; lust-class In every respect;
babies adopted. Dr. 1-. L. Miller, 2o04
Biondo St. Phone F-llf3. U 212 13
MME. SMITH, bat ha, lit N. 15, 2d floor, R. 1
GRAMOPHONES and supplies, wholesale
and retail. Collins Piano Co., 1622 Douglas.
PRIVATE sanltsrlum for ladles before
and during confinement. Dr. and Mrs.
Geiisch, 4o3 N. loth St., Omaha. U w)
$30 RUPTURE CURED FOR $30 Nj
Kniie. no pain, no oeteniion irom business.
Send for booklet, etc. EMPIRE RUPTURE
CUKE CO., 2 N. X. Lite Bldg., Omaha.
DR. JACKSON, 1505 FARNAM ST.
OMAHA DYE WORKS, 1515 Howard, the
fashionable cleaners ot isdies and gentle
men s dresses and suits, lace curtains,
oraperiea. U-M196 N2
TELEPHONE 780 for L. M. E. messenger.
FOR tallormade suit and fancy dresses.
Beutel, Uo namge. u mi w
I CT'RE all human diseases, no poison, no
knife. 1'roi. jonnson, lutn ana Jones sts ,
Omaha. V-VH 13
SURE cure for excessive perspiration and
ail uimiiucin n iiiq icrii einuiJ it', I'm -
ttculars. A. Mayer, 518 Bee bldg., Omaha.
U 393 N6
TRAVELERS going over the Missouri Pa-
clllc svstem. wnen tne train stops 20 min
utes for dinner at Auburn, should remem
ber Neals' up-to-date rewtaurant. second
place from depot. Best meals In the state
for 25c. Deep water fish and everything
In the market. Where the American flag
always waves. W. M. Neal, proprietor,
Auburn. Neb. U M163 12
LEARN chiropody, manicure, special man-
sage. School oi Hygiene, ois nee ring.
PROJECTING the Astral; how to control
others at any distance, illustrated in
structions postpsld for $1. S. II. Harris,
214 Ohio St.. Chicago. U-623 12
YOUR fortune told from cradle to grave.
What I tell you comes true, send dime
and blrthdate. Prof. J. Myers. Drawer
704, Chicago. L" 523 12
These machines have all been thoroughly
overhauled and are in good condition and
are very cheap.
One Domestic machine $10,00
Two 81nger. square bed, latest head... 15.00
Singer, high arm 10.00
Blnger Tailoring 12 00
binger 2 00
One Howe $60
One 8t. John 3 00
One White 10.00
New Home 10.00
Modern Drop Head Machines, ellghtly used.
of any make, very cheap. Theee are such
machlnea a the usual agent will sell you
for new. We rent mactilr.es for 75c a
week, or $2.00 per month, and repair and
sell part for any machine manufactured.
Nebraska Cycle Co.,
GEO. E. MICKLE. Mgr.
'Phone 1663, Corner Fifteenth and Harney.
Phone B-618, 334 Broadway, Council Bluff.
Phone 4366, 612 N. 24th St., South Omaha.
IF A middle-aged man wlshea to be made
thoroughly happy by marriage please ad
dress MIbs Ueatrlce UnOetner, Buffalo,
N. Y., General Delivery. U 62 U
SUPERFLUOUS hair, wart and moles per
manently removed ny electricity; consul
tation free and confidential; all work
guaranteed. Mia Allender, 1613 Douglaa.
U 587 12
TELLING fortunea by tea grounds. Octo
ber What To Eat. u &8 12
INDEPENDENTLY wealthy lady, charm
ing personality and sweet disposition, be
ing lonely, seeks husband worthy of her
love and trust. "Gladys," 812 Holland
Bldg.. St. Louis. Mo. U 613 12
WEALTHY, refined, kind-hearted gentle
man, wiiii wtuiuui noma, uring lonely,
seeks wife to love and cherish. Address
"Banker," (2 Koken Bldg., St. Louis, Mo.
MARRY, correapond with aome western
people many wealthy; enclose stamp.
Mar, diz rounn street, can rrancisco.
U 541 12
DO YOU know your future? If not. ad
dresa prof. White, 6H3 Iglehart, St. Paul.
Minn. Send dime and blrthdate. With
quick reply ha gives this information In
wonderful life reading. C 60o 12
A LADY of means desires correspondence
wnn gentleman wnn view oi marriage.
Box 615, Atlanta. Ga. U 581 12
DEAR LADT. did you ever realise that
when you pay $12.00 or $16.00 for a hat
that we could sell you at $5 00 that tha
dear lady friend who highly recommends
a certain place often get a very large
reduction In urlce for herself for the con
sideration of her Influence among her
' friends? Our price strictly one price, and
Ice water f.-ee.
PENNELU Millinery, 1614 and 1616 Doug
laa St., over the Singer office and Lind
say Jswelry store. U
SINGERS prepared for professional ca
reers. Townaend II. Fellows, vocal In
structor and proprietor argeat choir ex
change In America. Carnegie Hall, New
A ST. IM'tH merchant, Immensely
wealthy, wants an honest, sincere, home
loving wife. Address Mr. Chinn. Gay
Uldg., HI. 1-OU1B. I OJ 12-
MARRIAGE paper. 20 pages 10c, sealed;
lull bona fide members: many wealth
bank referencea given. R. L. Ixve. Den
ver. Colo. U-626 12.
PRIVATE correspondence elub. Box 63. St.
Loula, Mo.; many wealthy marriageable
men and women. Particulars for one
dime. U-62S 12
AN ATTRACTIVE young widow, no rela
tlves, worth $79.0i, wants Immediately a
reliable, honest husband, capable of man.
aaina aame: unless sincere, please do not
answer. Addresa Verona. 204 N. Third St.,
St. Louis, Mo. I' coa 12
TIIK Great Geneva Remedy Company's In
Bplrator cures head, throat and lung
troubles. Including catarrh, nayfever and
asthma; sent prepsld on receipt of $l.5u.
Geneva Remedy Co., 101 Tremont St.. Bos
ton, i e.s U-
LADIKfl. before you get your suit mad
see Bentcl. iPAi Ramge Old,. v-m w
Z""xi iT-ksonT" M 1.. speci alist.
Hsu"e..JfullvK',?eN.l. obscure, chronic an-i
CONsT'iV'ME "FREE and confldentlsllT
ain.ut vour sllm.nt In person cr by letter.
1M FARNAM ST.. Omsha. ' . "i
a. m. to 8 P m.; Sundays. 10 ;J"
p. m. P. O. box 351 T-L.
W ELSBACIl"! mantles. Mc and V: "ther
makes l"c and up to J5c: table Jsmps U
snd up-burner. shade snd chlmn''.V
Fletcher, 122 Capitol ave. l-t3
tics not to be found In any prepared baby
,0d.OCU8T LANE DAIRY FARM.
Omaha office, 1014 Farnam. 'J-JjJ'j
rOR SALE- MISCKLLANFOl S.
FENCE I.ATH for quick shipment, crib
blng. combination ladder. 1 DotJBjg".
FOR SALEThonogrsphs; superior to any
other musical Instrument; $6 up. ina
VVIttmann Co.. 1621 Farnam. t
EriSON phonographs, $10. $30 n?;
moulded iecords. too each or $5 per do.;
new wheel. $16 up; 2dhand. $8 up. Omaha
bicycle Co., 16th and Chicago
NEW and secondhand typewrit"""-, UJ.S
2DHAND nife iheap. Dcrlght. Ul Farnam.
100 8TYLES trusses; catalogue free. Sher
man MeConnell Drug Co., 16th and
Dodge, Omaha. !
INDIAN good and relics. 1119 Farnam.
FOR SALE, a pair of Imported Mexican
hairless dogs. Address K 6, Bee. .
CHOICE milch cows, S Shetland ponies. 8.
T. Campbell, 4213 Center, phone Black.
SELLING out bicycles at greatly reduced
prices; new wheels, $15 up. Edison phono
grspna. $10, $20 and $. Omaha Blcycla
Co., Corner 16th and Chicago Sts.
EDISON Columbia phonogrsphs: agent
wanted' write. Fredrlckson. 15 A Cap. Ave.
y Mi93 a
GOOD toned cottage organ for sale at a
bargain. U 27, Bee. g M106
FOR SALE, baseburner. used only a short
time. Inquire 2217 Greco St. Q 156
OFFICE partition, glass pane. Phone 2161.
FOR SALE, thoroughbred Scotch Collie.
sire welshburn Charlie, out of Gold uuei.
Address L 61. Bee. g 426 14
PALMS, artificial, all sixes, for sale cheap.
mono 2161. w uf if
GOOD antique oak wardrobe for sale
cheap. Inquire 2104 Maple. g 436
CATARRH CURED with one box of Lenox
Catarrh Cure for $1.00 or money refunded.
Hpragje Drug Co., Lincoln, Neb.
FOR SALE, cheap, f heating stoves, 1
cook stove, i steam dish neater, laundry
outfit complete, about 6) Belgian hares,
1 combination folding bed with writing
desk and book case combined. Apply to
M. J. Franck, Midland hotel, 16th and
Chicago 8ts. Q 640 12
FOR SALE, cash grocery : d bakery doing
good Dusincss, cneap. AO iress i ns, nee.
WALL map of Nebraska; all about crops.
price oi land, tc., oy counties. (. nris
tlan's Ind Agency, York, Neb- Only 4
FRESH Jersey cow for sale. Ben Guler,
IttL it. OI1I1 OI. W w 1
AUTOMOBILE at a bargain. Strong
Varley Machine Shop, 1208 Dodge St.
FOR SALE, drug store, northeastern Ne
braska, nne farming country, population
1,200, good trade, Invoice $4,500, Investigate.
Addreas M 16. Bee office. . Q 6S2 12
FOR SALE, reliable strain Plymouth Rock
poultry: trio, a; cocKrels, $1.60; cash with
order; limited number. J. W. Chase. Mis
souri Valley, la. g 70S 12
WORLD'S FAIR. St. Louis; Inside facts;
legitimate information about anybody and
anytning. ivuisnen information wureau,
607 Roe Bldg.. St. Louis. Mo. R-655 12
Omaha's Favorite Palmist.
If you desire a "life reading" don't fall to
consult mis eminent palmist. Tour past,
present and future Is as a printed page
to her, and her Judgment In all affairs uf
life la pre-eminently above the ordinary
"life reader." She can advise yoj in a
way that you will positively derive benefit.
Parlors 316 So. 15th In Granite block, 2d
floor. Take elevator. 8
MRS. FRITZ, clairvoyant, 1614 Casa 8L
MME GYLMER. genuine palmist, 81. S. 15.
MME. AMES, vapor baths, 124 N. 15th. R. 7.
i 276 16
GRACE O BRYAN of Ky., 720 8. 13th.
, T 283 17
MME. SMITH, baths. 118 N. 16, 2d floor, R 2.
1 St XV 16
WANTED TO BUY.
WANTED, to buy stock of general mer
chandise for cash; write or telegraph C.
R. Woodruff, Bt. Joseph, Mo. N
FOR SALE FIRNITIRK.
CHICAGO Furniture Co., 1410 Dodge. Tel.
2020. New and secondhand, bought, sold,
exchanged. O 31
BCOKCASE. nice oak dining room furni
ture, china closet and bedroom suite, re
frigerator, etc.; going to board. Dr. Mul
tice, pHvldga Bldg. V-7'1 12
FOB SALE HORSES, WAGONS, ETC.
HARRY FROST paints and repair wagons.
See him. 14ih and Leavenworth. Tel. 1447.
FOR SALE-Matched span, 7 year old,
dapple gray geldings, 2,Kiu pounda, broke
to all harness, gentle and city broke;
also good heavy draft tew in, good work
ers. C. J. Keirle, Florence, Neb.
FINE driving horse, trap and harneas for
sale: can be aeen at Harney atables. Call
at apartment 6, The Dunsany, loth and
Pierce sis. Mra. I. H. Stevena.
P 70 12
LADIES' Chichester's English Psanyroyal
Pills are the best; safe; reliable. Take no
other. Send c, stamps, for particulars.
"Relief for Ladles ' In letter by return
mail. Ask your druggist. Chichester
Chemical Co , Philadelphia, Pa.
LADIES Regular health, guaranteed; no
medicine; send 10c. Gem Rubber Co., Kan
sas City, Mo.
BISTERS IN DESPAIR-I had suppression;
tried many remedies, fakes and snares,
without relief. Write and I will send the
remedy which gave nie relief. Mrs.
Amanda Green. 214 State St., Chics go.
DR. W. HUTCH IN80N, specialist of
women and children; 30 years' practice.
Office, 2a Cuming. Residence telephone.
F-27KU; office, U-2&36.
LAD1KB. use our harmless remedy for de
layed or suppressed period; It cannot fall;
trial free. Pan Chemical Co., Milwau
GID. E. ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths.
Suit 51$ N. Y. Life Bldg. Tel. 1664.
Mrs. Grsce Tlsdal Deegan. 3S Bee Bldg.
Tel. 2S. 3
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